Carpet in the bathroom is so last century. Designer Callie Blanks renovated the upstairs bathroom in her A-frame from top to bottom, replacing worn carpet with an attractive pattern of 2x6 Ceramic Tile in French Linen and 6x6 Ceramic Tile in Shetland Wool, both from our budget-friendly Foundations Collection.
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Liz Stanley of the Say Yes blog braves Montana winters with this modern mudroom before and after. Liz used 8x8 Ceramic floor Tile in neutral and slip-resistant Gypsum to transform an extra pantry into a family-friendly first impression.
Sleek and sophisticated, this minimalist bathroom by Amanda Jane Jones leaves a lasting impression. Paired with chrome fixtures and delicate details, straight-set 2x6 Ceramic Tile in French Linen—part of our budget-friendly Foundations collection—shows how a little simplicity makes a big statement.
This guest bathroom by Amanda Jane Jones is a monochromatic marvel. Vertically sheeted mosaic 1x6 Ceramic Tile in matte gray Gypsum balances the bright white walls, fixtures, and floor with a contemporary touch of contrast.
This incredible DIY before-and-after comes from designer Camille Kurtz. Removing the cabinets and installing a tri-color backsplash in 2x8 Basalt, Blue Velvet, and Dust Storm Tile, Kurtz transforms her builder-grade kitchen into a contemporary masterpiece and fulfills an 8-month design dream in the process.
Plant and interior stylist Hilton Carter went wild building out this Baltimore sunroom. Hexite Tile in a blend of Feldspar, Ivory, Dolomite, Tumbleweed, Chateau, and Halite creates a confetti floor of muted earth tones with the perfect mix of textures, colors and details.
Sink your eyes into this simply magnetic matte black entryway by Elisa Valldeperas, aka My Plant Lover. Picket Tile adds detail to the deep black, Basalt floor that’s the perfect foundation for fresh plant life and lively pops of color.